I present a brief analysis of the key factors that influenced the opposition’s victory in the parliamentary elections in October. The order of the points does not imply a hierarchy of importance. In these elections, there were no radical party like Razem, which would claim that it would not cooperate with other parties and would take votes from the main parties, while not entering the Parliament due to not crossing the 5 or 8 percent threshold.
In this episode, we talk about the Group of Twelve report, the future of EU enlargement, and the necessary reforms at the European level.
In this episode, we talk about being a filmmaker to President Obama and what President Joe Biden should do next, but also touch upon elections in Argentina, the result of the recent election in Poland and lessons from voter mobilization.
A massive social mobilization has led to the government’s defeat, one that routinely violated the constitution and basic principles of decency. Thousands of voters engaged in monitoring the election process, with tens of thousands casting their votes away from their places of residence, thereby increasing the strength of their votes in terms of parliamentary mandates.
In this episode of the Liberal Europe Podcast, Leszek Jażdżewski (Fundacja Liberté!) talks about the results of the recent Polish elections, voter mobilization, the structure of the new ruling coalition, obstacles that lie ahead, and what does this all mean for the European Union.
In this episode, we talk about the forthcoming Polish parliamentary and senate elections, polls, the ongoing campaign, voter mobilization, and the path to victory for both sides.
In this episode, we talk about the Ukrainian grain crisis, its economic and political context, the role and response of Poland and other EU countries to the issue, and the way forward for Ukrainian-Polish relations.
In this episode, we talk about the Russian war in Ukraine, the geopolitics of Eurasia, the future of European strategic autonomy, and global rules-based disorder.
In this episode, we talk about activism, the French society, social changes in Europe, and public participation.